Projects

January 2010


Inglefield Hostel

Inglefield Hostel

Working with Scottish singer-songwriter Carol Laula and film-maker Julie McCahill, Citizens Learning has returned to Inglefield Street Hostel on Glasgow’s Southside.


December 2009


Testing TAG Projects

Testing TAG Projects

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Testing Learning Project

Testing Learning Project

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November 2009


Detonate!

Detonate!

Detonate! was a TAG project that explored the history of the British Dynamite Factory (also known as Nobel’s Explosives Company) in Ardeer, North Ayrshire.


October 2009


Fife Young Carers Residential

Fife Young Carers Residential

During autumn 2009, TAG worked with Arts and Theatres Trust Fife to bring drama activities to Fife Young Carers.


The School on the Hill Literacy Project

The School on the Hill Literacy Project

In Autumn 2009, TAG delivered a 6-week programme of emotional literacy workshops for P5, 6 and 7 pupils from Kirkfieldbank Primary School in South Lanarkshire.


August 2009


Young Co. Summer School

Young Co. Summer School

Each summer we run a week-long Young Co. summer school. This course offers Young Co. members the chance to take part in theatre workshops led by experts in various theatrical disciplines.


June 2009


Dalbeattie 09

Dalbeattie 09

In Autumn 2009, a large team of theatre professionals from TAG worked with Dalbeattie High School in Dumfries and Galloway to produce their end of term school play.


Conquer Not Divide

Conquer Not Divide

Conquer Not Divide was an exciting new theatre devising project working with Sense Over Sectarianism.


Community Company Choir

Community Company Choir

In early 2009 we worked on a collaborative project with Bridging the Gap, a local Asylum Seeker/Refugee Support Organisation based in the Gorbals.


This View of Life

This View of Life

An interactive, theatrical exploration of Charles Darwin’s evolutionary theory, in celebration of the scientist’s 200th birthday. Free to schools.


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